Air France chairman and CEO Alexandre de Juniac at the new test center at CDG. By Kurt Hofmann Air France Industries (AFI) has invested €43 million ($54.7 million) in a new 5,000 sq. m. engine test cell based at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). The ZEPHYR facility will test approximately 300 engines each year and is part of the Air France (AF) “Transform 2015” plan in which it seeks to expand into high growth activities including component and engine (ATW ...

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